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Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.

Paris - Chinese New Year ©Smail Azri

©Smail Azri/Wostok Press Paris 17/02/2013 Under the sign of the Water Snake, Chinese New Year began with the costumed parade that took place in the 13th arrondissement of Paris, close to the Olympics. The festival lasts fifteen days, until the traditional lantern festival and parade dragon. The dragon and the lion, who have the power to bring prosperity roam neighborhoods and dance in the middle of firecrackers scare away evil spirits. The transition to the year of the snake brings wisdom, culture, reflection, and self-knowledge if we are to believe in astrology.